Zoekresultaten - 34 results

Position paper on the use of an “estimated acceptable concentration” (EAC) as basis for a control policy's action level for carcinogens unintentionally present in food

Christiane Vleminckx; Van Huffel, Xavier; Hoet, Peter Source: Trends in Food Science & Technology (2020) Keywords: Carcinogen Food safety management genotoxic ‘Margin of exposure’ (MOE) Abstract: ...

Risk assessment of ochratoxin A in food

uncertainty regarding the mode of action for kidney carcinogenicity, it is inappropriate to establish a health‐based guidance value (HBGV) and a margin of exposure (MOE) approach was applied. For the ...

Assessing the receptor-mediated activity of PAHs using AhR-, ERα- and PPARγ- CALUX bioassays

reported to have carcinogenic and/or mutagenic properties, another possible negative health impact is their endocrine disrupting potential. Therefore, the aim of this study was to determine both the ...

Migration of mineral oil from cardboard packaging for food: Identification of the hazards and assessment of the exposure of the Belgian population

of exposure (MOE) approach, there is no health concern related to MOSH exposure for the Belgian population. For MOAH, which may be potentially genotoxic and carcinogenic, no adequate dose-response ...

Genotoxic evaluation of the liquids present in electronic cigarettes

lower concentrations. Exposure to e-liquid substances has been associated with molecular changes, carcinogenicity and diseases such as heart malfunctions, delayed cellular differentiation and impaired ...

Arsenic speciation in food in Belgium. Part 2: Cereals and cereal products.

As, which is a known carcinogenic substance. Health Topics:  Voedselconsumptie en –veiligheid Food consumption and food safety Consommation et sécurité alimentaires Service:  Éléments traces et ...

Impurity profiling of the most frequently encountered falsified polypeptide drugs on the Belgian market

patients/users take when resorting to falsified peptide drugs. Moreover, the presence of the carcinogen As and the known accumulation in human tissues of Pb raises questions about potential sub-acute to chronic ...

Mechanisms Linking Colorectal Cancer to the Consumption of (Processed) Red Meat: A Review.

Keywords: Animals Carcinogens Colorectal Neoplasms Diet Disease Models, Animal Food Handling Heterocyclic Compounds Humans Lipid Peroxidation Meat Products Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons Red Meat Risk ...

The correlation between antimutagenic activity and total phenolic content of extracts of 31 plant species with high antioxidant activity.

and/or carcinogenic substances present in the environment. There are no reports on the antimutagenic activities of the plant species investigated in this study. Many mutations related to oxidative stress ...

Genetic damage in humans exposed to extremely low-frequency electromagnetic fields.

Research on Cancer in the group of ‘possible human carcinogens’ (group 2B) is essentially based on epidemiologic evidence showing an association between MF exposures and childhood leukaemia. Despite many in ...

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